So far April is doing its best to make us not forget the beautiful Sicilian spring we enjoyed in March: we’re back to frosty nights, hail chased up by snow showers as well as grey, endless rain. Yet, nothing that flipping through thousands of photos and recipe notes can’t cure!
Not really sure how March could fly by within the blink of an eye. If it wasn’t for this Kottke post about the Emmentaler PR stunt (gecko cheese?), I would have become an easy victim for tomorrow’s April Fools’ Day jokes. And it reminded me, that a draft about my March music favorites was still waiting to get finished!
Ten fantastic days in Sicily and a plethora of thoughts, impressions and photos left with. Nicky is currently back on her book schedule & pressed for time, so I’m taking over (imagine evil laughter).
Some vegetables are clearly under-represented in my kitchen and I can’t talk my way out of it. We do love our vegetables here, but salads, pumpkins and tomatoes get way more love and affection than others do. Yes, Cauliflower, I’m looking at you.
Readers who have been with me since the start of delicious days back in 2005 may still remember a feature my very first articles used to have: recommendations of my favorite tunes.
“No, I am serious, this is the very best cheese nibble I have eaten in my life!” isn’t exactly the worst kind of feedback to receive when you have just spent roughly 2 hours in the kitchen, is it? But even without Oliver’s enthusiastic outburst, I could not keep my praise about these super-flaky appetizers all to myself…